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avere = transitive verbs (with direct object) no past participle agreement is needed EXCEPTION: you have the varying ending with “avere” , especially when the previous word is a form of “lo” (lo, la, li, le), you have to match the past participle to that pronoun. Since “li” means “them (masc.)”, the past participle “voluto” must
Present avere io ho tu hai lui/lei ha. noi abbiamo voi avete loro hanno
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The pluperfect subjunctive is formed with the imperfect subjunctive of avere or essere + past participle of the verb.
Like the indicative, the subjunctive also has a pluperfect form. p. 349 How is the pluperfect subjunctive formed?
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The past participle of regular “are” verbs – drop the “ere” and end in “uto”
(to be) followed by the past participle of the verb being used – have seen, have eaten, have watched, have read, have bought, have opened…
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It means that the past participle has to agree with the subject
Reflexive verbs always take essere as their auxilary in the present perfect tense, what does this mean?
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They usually follow directly after simple verb form. With compound verbs , most adverbs follow the past participle. Some common adverbs (già, mai, ancora (still), sempre) can be placed between the auxiliary verb in the past participle.
When ne is used with an expression of quantity, the past participle must agree in gender and number with the expression “ne” is replacing. Quante pizze avete ordinato? Ne abbiamo ordinate quattro. When “ne” replaces expressions meaning OF or ABOUT, however, there is no agreement. Abbiamo parlato dei negozi; ne abbiamo parlato.
When “ne” is used with an expression of quantity, what agreement must there be? p. 222 How many pizzas did you (all) order? We ordered four. When “ne” replaces expressions meaning WHAT, however, there is no agreement. We talked about the stores; we talked about them.
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When the verb is in the past tense or another compound tense, the past participle agrees in gender and number with the preceding direct object pronoun, even when it is combined with an indirect object pronoun. Hai comprato i guanti a Giulia? Li hai comprati a Giulia? Glieli hai comprati? Hai preso due matite per Maria? Ne hai prese due per Maria? Gliene hai prese due?
When the verb is in the past or other compound tense what agreement occurs? p. 227 Did you buy the gloves for Julia? Did you buy them for Julia? Did you buy them for her? Did you get two pencils for Maria? Did you get two of them for Maria? Did you get her two of them?
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The reflexive verb is conjugated with the present tense of essere, and as always with essere, the past participle must agree in number and gender with the subject. Mi sono alzato/a Ti sei alzato/a Sì è alzato/a Ci siamo alzati/e Vi siete alzati/e Si sono alzati/e Quando vi siete alzati? Ci siamo alzati tardi.
How is the passato prossimo of the reflexive verb formed? p145
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Smitten (adj/past participle)
to be infatuated
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The auxiliary verb, essere, is used to form the compound tenses of verbs expressing reciprocal actions. Past participle agrees with the subject and number and gender. Non ci siamo capiti. Dove vi siete conosciuti? Le ragazze si sono telefonate.
How are compound tenses of verbs expressing reciprocal actions formed? p147 We didn’t understand each other. Where did you meet each other? The girls phoned each other.
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